As AGU marks its Centennial, our organization’s program that recruits volunteer scientists to help with local priorities celebrates 5 years of working in communities representing 12 million people.
Scientists who engage with policy-makers, the public, community leaders, and the media deserve to be recognized and rewarded for their work.
Scientists and decision-makers are working together to design, conduct, apply, and share research in ways that maximize value to society. How can AGU foster such partnerships?
The Resilience Dialogues program unveiled today fosters discussion, networking, and problem solving among communities with climate-related challenges, scientists, and other experts.
Three events at the American Geophysical Union’s 2014 Fall Meeting showcased how partnerships between scientists and the public can solve local problems.